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Six Degrees Left: Loving Lit Mags (Part Four)

  The newly published Paper Dreams: Writers and Editors on the American Literary Magazine records the history of the American Lit Mag with essays and articles from the onset of print to the digital age. This round of Six Degrees Left brings together a group of dedicated lit mag lovers–real writers and editors, some who […]

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Six Degrees Left: Loving Lit Mags (Part Three)

How did you get to know your first literary magazine? Was it in person? Online? The newly published Paper Dreams: Writers and Editors on the American Literary Magazine records the history of the American Lit Mag with essays and articles from the onset of print to the digital age. This round of Six Degrees Left […]

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Six Degrees Left: Loving Lit Mags (Part Two)

If you love literary magazines, perhaps you’ve thought or even tried (maybe successfully) to start one of your own. Maybe you’ve got a list on your laptop of possible lit mag names, or have written down graffiti messages or phrases your friends say that make a lot more sense in context. The newly published Paper […]

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Six Degrees Left: Loving Lit Mags (Part One)

Some people think that once a piece of writing is published–a story, an essay, a poem, a review–that it’s finished. Kaput. A one-way transfer of info from writer to reader, like a transfer of germs, that the solitary nature of reading requires you to be quarantined with strep throat, pink eye, or other nasty ways […]

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Atticus Authors on the Move: Spring Roundup

Atticus Authors on the Move: Spring Roundup

April can be rough. Rain, thunder, bugs finding their way back into your bedroom, spring not quite sure if it wants to be warm, or suddenly drop back to sweater weather right when you’ve finally decided its time to stop dragging that thing around with you because you’ve never put it on. Yes it’s true […]

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Atticus Authors on the Move: March 2012

The first day of spring, early cherry blossoms, a warm reception to our newest novel, and another release in a matter of weeks–there are plenty of reasons we’re happy it’s March. And while our lineup for 2012 has only just begun, we can’t help but feel that we’re off to one hell of a start. […]

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Atticus Authors on the Move: February 2012

We know–February is the ugly middle child of the year, a generally unpleasant waiting period for spring, hardly improved by the pseudo-holidays Valentine’s Day and Leap Day. Luckily, it’s been anything but boring at Atticus, where we’re celebrating the February 29th release of Matt Mullin’s knockout story collection Three Ways of the Saw, hobnobbing with […]

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Atticus Authors on the Move: November

The flurry of fall may be fading into the cold lethargy of winter, but our authors aren’t slowing down. As always, you can catch them all over the web and all over the country–you may even catch them giving away some serious prizes to gear up for the holiday season. So, before you slip into […]

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Interview with Author of The Bee-Loud Glade, Part 2

Back in November, we had the chance to sit down (in a metaphorical sort of way) with Steve Himmer, author of the debut novel, The Bee Loud Glade. In his first interview, Steve let us in on the source of his inspiration and the long, winding road that led to the birth of this refreshing […]

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